All You need to Know About E-invoice under GST

E-invoicing has been the biggest and one of the most talked-about changes when it comes to GST in 2020. Read all about E-invoicing and its applicability with following heads/parameters...

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Received an E-Invoice? 9 Questions to Consider First

The e-invoice received from the suppliers will have the extra-information related to IRN. Hence, the recipients now need to verify the same and keep it for records.

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E-Invoicing and QR Code for B2C Invoices under GST

Understanding E-invoicing and QR code generation for B2C transactions made easy! Also read, all about QR Codes in case of B2C invoices and transactions.

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E-Invoice Schema and E-Invoice Framework – Complete Guide

E-invoicing model has been adopted by many countries globally with varying implementation models. The Indian adoption consists of following components.

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5 Key Areas You Need to Plan for an Effective E-Invoicing Implementation

The GST Council in its last meeting pushed the e-invoicing mandate to 1st Oct 2020. Here are 5 key areas which need to be strategized considering the overall impact of e-invoicing on current practices, cost and efforts.

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E-invoicing-Will it Simplify or Complicate your Purchase Cycle?

As a concept, e-invoicing has many advantages to offer to all the participants – suppliers, recipients and the Government. It also opens up avenues to provide value-added solutions and services by using the highly standard, processable and recent invoice data.

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February 2020, Newsletter #26

GST News | Budget 2020 in GST – Highlights | Advisory for GSTR-9 and 9C Simplification | Feature Highlight – EasyWayBill | E-Invoicing

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E-invoicing Notifications -E-Invoicing System to GO-LIVE from 1st October, 2020

On 13th Dec 2019, Government notified the e-invoicing rules, its applicability and date from when the notified rules will be effective. In all there were 5 notifications and a summary of notifications.

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Preparing for the New Returns: The Ultimate Guide

The new returns, which are supposed to be simplified, if followed in complete sense, can actually decrease the compliance processes. With real time invoice matching and monthly reconciliations, it will not only make compliance easier but would also boost tax revenues.

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